In remodeling Mike and Kyong Swope’s home, architect Eric Gedney added a new wing for a family room and garage, at right, while refreshing original windows to maintain the 1903 home’s classic character, and the Denny-Blaine neighborhood’s. “It’s a pretty substantial update,” Gedney says. “We spent a lot of time on how to make this addition not very imposing. We used a flat roof with a railing to keep that look.” (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
In remodeling Mike and Kyong Swope’s home, architect Eric Gedney added a new wing for a family room and garage, at right, while refreshing original windows to maintain the 1903 home’s classic character, and the Denny-Blaine neighborhood’s. “It’s a pretty substantial update,” Gedney says. “We spent a lot of time on how to make this addition not very imposing. We used a flat roof with a railing to keep that look.” (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
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A historical Denny-Blaine home shifts into a more-contemporary aesthetic — and onto a new foundation 5 feet away

With a new addition and a thorough remodel, this 1903 home undergoes a moving experience.  VIEW